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Thoughts about the Belgian Endives (most probably the world’s loveliest vegetables)

Dear Hortilovers, Belgians, and you guys reading this post for any other reason 🙂 This time I would like to write about the Endive or Brussels Endive, Chicon de Bruxelles, Witloof… so about this funny shaped bitter thing: Yep, this … Continue reading

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Amazing videos- series part 2

Here we go with some great, super interesting (random) videos about horti-and agriculture again 🙂 Nothing to read, much to watch, listen, think & enjoy! 😉 The first video is about hybrid corn… I’m pretty sure you’ve heard about this … Continue reading

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The amazing life of Christmas trees -Part II

After the short introduction to the basics of Christmast tree cultivation last week, this time I would like to show you the types (species) that we ususally use to dress them up and a few marketing data and facts from … Continue reading

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Have you ever been thinking about the secrets of pomegranate cultivation…?

…well, maybe it’s time! 🙂 A really interesting video from India… It’s worth watching their propagation method, the differences in pesticides, the amount of physical work, the weather conditions, the way of thinking about the market, all the differences and … Continue reading

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